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A SPORTMAN'S CREED
KAUAI PUBLIC SCHOOL LEAGUE
As a Player
To play the game with all my
might and endeavor to outplay my
opponent by fair and hard playing.
To smile and play harder in the
face of defeat. If defeated, deter
mine to do better next time but nev
er let my opponent feel by my ac
tion, that I have lost.
To take victory with a smile and
not lord it over my defeated opponent.
In short, to play clean and hard;
to take victory or defeat in tho right
spirit of the game, and tny language
to be that of a gentleman. '
At a Spectator
To stick by and encourage my team
in defeat the same as in victory.
To applaud good playing no mat
ter who makes it.
To leave unclean talk and un
sportsmanlike conduct for some oth
To do all in my power to encour
age clean and manly conduct of
It was planned to hold a double
header at Lihue next Sunday, hav
ing the McBryde-Grove Farm same
played on the Lihue grounds as
well as the Makee-Llhue game. This
would have been one of the best
things that could have happened for
baseball on Kauai. Just now the
sport is lagging and the season will
not go down in history as a suc
cess due to the fact that so much
poor baseball has been played this
year. If this double header had
been played with the four strong
est teams in the league playing it
would have attracted the fans from
all over the island. Each set of
teams playing are traditional ene
mies and always play at top notch
when against each other. There is
no doubt that the double header
would have brought out some of the
best baseball that has been played
on Kauai. Every fan on the island
wants to see both of those games
and by playing them at a central
point such as Lihue it would have
given them the opportunity to do
They will now have to pick out
the game they want to see and at
tend that one as it will be impossi
ble for them to take in both games.
The McBryde team's manager, Tilly,
agreed as far as he was concerned
to play the double header but for
some inexplicable reason the team
would not agree. Daseball fans all
over the Island are hoping that they
will see the light and agree to the
double header which will make the
1921 baseball season leave a good
impression in the sport loving pub
lie of Kauai.
After the final game of the sea
son it is planned to have an all
star team play the champions and
a committee consisting of A. II.
Case, C. A. Baggott and W. H. Til
ly, was chosen to pick the team. A
field day was aUo decided to be
held and the same committee was
appointed to handle it. The commit
tee was given authority to draw on
the treasurer for funds for prizes.
Some- of the suggested events are
funge hitting, long distance throw
ing, and circling the bases against
time. It is planned to hold the
field day the same day as the all
FOUR GAMES REMAIN
IN LEAGUE SCHEDULE
now battling hard to be the run
ners up this season. The Scots are
just as bound to finish in second
position, so this game should be a
humdinger when they meet next
WHEN THEY ARE GOOD
THEY ARE VERY, VERY GOOD
AND WHEN THEY ARE BAD
THEY ARE VERY ROTTEN
It is alleged that a baseball game
between McBryde and Lihue was
perpetrated at Eleele last Sunday.
So far the police have been unable
to locate any of the miscreants in
volved, but it is believed they will
be under arrest before night. Eye
witnesses state that there was no
ball game played and after viewing
the evidence we are inclined to
R. II. E.
McBryde 16 14 2
Lihue 3 5 16
Batteries Tilly and Gabriel; Mit
sumoto, Teves and Ohama.
LIHUE HOTEL VS. STORE
The Lihue Hotel force Kimilnv
did battle with the Lihue Store
force, winning from them to the
tune of 21 to 14, in a game of in
door ball, outdoors.
They have challenged Macdonald's
Y. M. C. A. "Rough Riders," for a
gamo in the near future.
A meeting of the directors of the
Kauai Public School Athletic League
was held on Saturday lest at Li
hue. At the recommendation of the
games committee playground ball
was adopted as the fall game for
both boys and girls, and the sched
ule below accepted. The , constitu
tion was amended so that games
might be arranged not only for the
grammar grades but competition be
tween the Kauai high and the Wai
mea Junior high stimulated. The
year gives promise of some good
games between the various schools
In which emphasis will bo laid upon
good clean play and a sportsman
The following are the schedules:
Schedule of Games, District No. 1
Waimea vs. Kekaha at Kekaha,
Makaweli vs. Kalaheo at Kalaheo,
Makaweli vs. Kekaha at Makaweli,
Waimea vs. Eleele at Waimea,
Eleele vs. Kekaha at Kekaha, on
Makaweli vs. Waimea at Maka
weli, Oct. 14.
Kekaha vs. Kalaheo at Kalaheo,
Eleele vs. Makaweli at Eleele, on
Waimea vs. Kalaheo, at Waimea,
Eleele vs. Kalaheo, at Eleele, on
Games, District No. 2
Hanamaulu vs. Lihue at Lihue,
Huleia va. Kapaa at Ilulela, Oct.
Hanamaulu vs. Koloa, at Hana
maulu, Oct. 7.
Lihue vs. Huleia at Huleia, Oct.
Kapaa vs. Koloa at Kapaa, Oct.
Hanamaulu vs. Huleia, at Hana
maulu, Oct. 18.
Lihue va. Kapaa, at Lihue, Oct.
Huleia vs. Koloa at Koloa, Oct.
Hanamaulu vs. Kapaa at Kapaa,
Lihue vs. Koloa at Koloa, Nov. 1.
Games, District No. 3.
Hanalei vs. Anahola at Anahola,
Kilauea vs. Koolau at Koolau,
Koolau vs. Hanalei at Hanalei,
Anahola vs. Kilauea at Kilauea,
Kilauea vs. Hanalei, at Hanalei,
Anahola vs. Koolau at Koolau,
Champions District 1 Bye.
Champions District 2 vs. Champ
ii ub District 3, November 10, 1921.
Champions District 1 vs. Districts
2 and 3 .November 18, 1921.
The second round of the Kaua!
Tennis Association singles elimina
tion Beries has brought out some
v,:ry good tennis and also a few sur
prises. One of the biggest surprises
v. as the defeat of Ray Allen by Mar
cja Monsarratt. Mark has been very
busy with baseball and has very
liltle opportunity to practice. He
was expected to give Ray a battle
but the wiseacres figured that ac
cording to past performances and
Mark's lack of practice that Allen
s'aould be returned the winner. Mark
upset all the dope by taking the
match in two straight sets 6-3, 6-4.
Albert Horner defeated Willie Ak
a:ia after a battle royal. Willie took
the next two sets by the score of
6 4. Jack then took a brace and
took the next two sets by the scor
es of 6-2, 6-2. Jim Corstorphine de
feated Creevy by the score of C-0,
6 1 Dwight Baldwin defeated Dr.
Dunn by the score of 6-2, 6-2.
Foster Horner and Wilson Cannon
put up some of the very best ten
nis of the week, Foster finally win
ning out by the score of 6-4, 6-2.
Dr. Morgan and Manuel Nunes
have not yet played off their series
and will do so .today, while Dr.
Glaisyer and Ichinese will play off
The third round will be played
at the Sloggett court on Sunday tho
25th. This was decided by the Ten
nis association as the fairest for
tho players and also to give tho
tennis fans of Kauai an opportuni
ty to see some good tennis.
There will be one game in the
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Tel. 43 W
A. GOMEZ, Mgr.
Tel. 492 L
CLEM GOMES, Mgr.
The Kauai Athletic Association
held a special meeting last Friday
evening at the county court house.
The object of the meeting was to
decide what should be done with
the rest of the schedule that re
mains to be played in the baseball
season. Both Makaweli and Koloa
teams have dropped out and it was
necessary to re-arrange the remain
It was finally decided after much
argument to have Lihue play Mc
Bryde at Eleele on Sunday 18th, and
Makee vs. Lihue, at Lihue, on Sun
day, 12th. McBryde to play Grove
Farm at Eleele on the same day.
The final game of the season to
be played between Makee and Mc
Bryde at Eleele on Sunday, Oct. 2.
Unless there is a big upheaval in
form Makee will have no trouble
repeating this year as it Is only ne
cessary for tnem to win one of the
three remaining games and with the
way the champs are going they
ought to have no trouble retaking
both games. But the uncertainty is
one of its best features and a little
spurt on the part of Lihue and Mc
Bryde and a bit of over-coufidence
on the part of Makee might give a
different color to things.
.The battle for second place be
tween McBryde and Grove Farm is
getting close and the Farmers have
the Clansmen on an anxious seat.
The Farmers have put on a great
sprint and have won every game
that they have played excepting the
two that they dropped to the champs,
since the beginning of the second
round. When they started their spurt
they were in fifth place and are
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